Celebrating more than 80 years of helping Maine people with disabilities discover lives of passion and purpose
Pine Tree Camp opened its gates in 1945 as a summer camp for children with physical disabilities. Over the years, it has evolved into a place where children and adults with disabilities are able to participate in all the recreational activities for which Maine is known all year long.Learn More
It's a messy annual tradition with Q106.5 personalities and other local celebrities stuffing raw eggs (one for every $50 pledged) into their snow suits and riding from Levant to Hermon as part of the annual Dysart’s Snowmobile Ride-in to benefit Pine Tree Camp.Learn More
A meaningful job can transform a life. As an active and contributing member of society, individuals gain self-esteem and self-confidence, a higher level of economic independence and are able to make connections and develop relationships. Pine Tree Society can help.Learn More
“I’m not an organized person. I always forget things but I rarely forget my hearing aids. I feel like it’s a change for me. It’s a great experience. When I don’t have my hearing aids in it feels like I have a pillow over my ears. Everything sounds fuzzy. With them in, everything is sharp and easy to hear.”Learn More
“It’s our complete intent to continue with Pine Tree Camp throughout his entire life.”Learn More
Arianna and her mother share their journey and the impact Pine Tree Society's programs have had on their lives.
Watch this three-minute video to get a glimpse into the impact Pine Tree Society is making in Maine.